In article <9207211954.AA03325 at genbank.bio.net> CZJ at CU.NIH.GOV writes:
>>You might try PCMODEL available as a shareware program.
>>there are some real possibilities, but software is needed
>to convert the Brookhaven to PCMODEL format. There is a hint
>that this program is available on registration ($70.00).
> The main problem with
>the Brookhaven format is that PCMODEL requries a connect table.
>One would also like the possibility of showing only the alpha
>carbon backbone. This could also be done with the proper manipulation
>of the Brookhaven format. I have tried this on a 486 and
Kevin Gilbert at Indiana U (no relation to me) develops and distributes
PCMODEL (I assume it is the same PCMODEL). He can be reached
via e-mail to Gilbert at UCS.Indiana.Edu.
I'm not overly familiar with this program. However, Kevin does
have versions of it for MSDos-PC, Silicon Graphics, Sun, Mac,
and maybe other platforms (not VMS I think). When I looked at
it once, Kevin was able to put PDB (Brookhaven?) format files
into it. I don't know if this is a standard feature or something
Don Gilbert gilbert at bio.indiana.edu
biocomputing office, biology dept., indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405